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  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
    • why we get so many talents and many cheaper ones still economy slow? bushet - that is not the root of the problem lah. so please tighten those influx.

       

      like my comapny - all 'FT', when they all together, work load increase they grumble, say why always have to do the same thing. and then cannot finish work push here and tehre, say engineer say this and that.

      no wonder sgrean s no mood to work anymore icon_lol.gif

       

      becareful, now the chicken flu is brewing icon_lol.gif

  • Clivebenss's Avatar
    20,592 posts since Feb '10
  • charlize's Avatar
    31,782 posts since Mar '05
    • Originally posted by Clivebenss:

      Regularly.

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      You must be damn stressed to need to go destress there. icon_lol.gif

  • ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~'s Avatar
    31,272 posts since Oct '02
    • plz leh~

      there is a limit to the rate of growth...

       

      they forcely increase growth by pumping in FT, up to a point where we become saturated then growth naturally will slow down...

      machiam u keep pump money into company share, cannot forever sustain one...

      Edited by ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~ 05 Jul `12, 6:09PM
  • troublemaker2005's Avatar
    8,443 posts since Dec '05
  • charlize's Avatar
    31,782 posts since Mar '05
    • Originally posted by ^Acid^ aka s|aO^eH~:

      plz leh~

      there is a limit to the rate of growth...

       

      they forcely increase growth by pumping in FT, up to a point where we become saturated then growth naturally will slow down...

      machiam u keep pump money into company share, cannot forever sustain one...

      Sg so big how to become saturated? icon_lol.gif

  • bycai's Avatar
    240 posts since Jul '12
    • A successful fiscal policy is to be moderated that no household below low-income statusicon_lol.gif the wealthy and capitalists has to 'earn less' in support of more giving etc
      Fiscal policy
      The government's borrowing, spending and taxation decisions. If a government is worried that it is borrowing too much, it can engage in austerity - raising taxes and cutting spending. Alternatively, if a government is afraid that the economy is going into recession it can engage in fiscal stimulus - cutting taxes, raising spending and raising borrowing.
      Edited by bycai 10 Jul `12, 8:39AM
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    20,592 posts since Feb '10
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